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Looking at the James Beard Finalists a Day Later

Looking at the James Beard Finalists a Day Later

The Bay Area will once again be represented well in New York in early May as finalists for the James Beard Award were announced on Monday. But did the James Beard Foundation get it right?

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And the Nominees Are…

And the Nominees Are…

Once again, the Bay Area is showing off its culinary chops as finalists for the 2012 James Beard Foundation Awards were announced on Monday.

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Having a Ball at Cocktail Week

Having a Ball at Cocktail Week

It’s been an incredible week for mixology thus far, but the biggest event of them all is still ahead: The Legends Awards dinner and ceremony takes place tonight from 6:30 – 10PM at the Sir Francis Drake Ballroom (450 Powell Street) and there’s still a…

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James Beard Award Finalists Named

James Beard Award Finalists Named

The finalists for the prestigious James Beard Foundation Awards have been named and the Bay Area is once again very well represented.

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And the Oscar Winners Are…

And the Oscar Winners Are…

The King’s Speech was the big winner at last night’s Academy Awards with Colin Firth taking Best Actor, Tom Hooper taking Best Director, screenwriter David Seidler taking Best Original Screenplay and the film winning the overall category for Best Film. Basically, in comparison, all the…

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James Beard Award Semifinalists Announced

James Beard Award Semifinalists Announced

San Francisco is once again well-represented, as the semifinalists have been named for the prestigious James Beard Foundation Awards.

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World Cheese Awards

World Cheese Awards

Who doesn’t love cheese? And we’re not talking Velveeta and Cheese Whiz – we’re talking about the world class stuff. The Bay Area has some of the best cheese producers around and the accolades keep piling on. The Marin French Cheese Company, America’s oldest continuously…

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